There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Wednesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories.
A man died when he was trapped by a piece of machinery earlier this week.>>>Read More.
Attorney General William Barr signed a statement of interest saying that transgender athletes shouldn't compete in girl sports.>>>Read More.
There are more than 40 new coronavirus hospitalizations in Connecticut and a total of 19 deaths.>>>Read More.
The statewide shutdown caused by the spread of coronavirus has closed its first brewery in Connecticut.>>>Read More.
The company is resorting to several cost-cutting measures in response to the coronavirus pandemic.>>>Read More.
Unable to get close to his grandmother due to the new coronavirus, he found a unique way to visit with her at a nursing home.>>>Read More.
Other top stories:
- Buying A Gun? It's Not Easy
- Schools Consider Shortening Spring Break
- Brewery Offering Contactless Curbside Beer Pickup
- Coronavirus CT: Refunds OK'd For UConn Students
- Coronavirus CT: New Orders Address Schools, Fishing And Marriage
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